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    1973 911 AC Knob Repair

    I havenít been able to kind a replacement for this AC knob. The plastic clip that holds it on is broken. Interested in pointers for ordering a replacement or suggestions how best to repair. Thanks, Jim
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    Hello, I do not know how the original design of that knob is, but perhaps you can form the missing/broken parts with that Power glue. It is formable becomes hard as stone and you can drill it, file it and paint it. I had very good results.

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    Sorry uploaded the same pictures in the former post.

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    Thanks for the suggestion.
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